It should come as no surprise that the University of Chicago has produced 70 Nobel Prize winners.
The school's mission from its founding has been to explore, to research, to learn.
Faculty members are expected to push forward the boundaries of human knowledge, whether their ideas are popular or not, and to share that new knowledge with their students.
The university's Nobel laureates have furthered our understanding of the world around us. They have made such profound differences that their contributions have surpassed academic confines and affected our daily lives.
"University of Chicago researchers developed our modern understanding of …